Al Zimmermann's Programming Contests
A series of programming contests that offer cash prizes. Any programming language may be used. These contests are conducted at irregular intervals, generally once or twice a year.
A "King of the Hill" (KOTH) tournament in which players use ANSI C or C++ to create a control program for a robot.
Annual 24-hour contest hosted by Budapest University of Technology and Economics. The contest is open to a limited number of international teams of 3 people via an internet qualifying round.
ICFP Functional Programming Contest
An annual contest sponsored by the International Conference on Functional Programming provides links to the current and prior organizing academic college departments.
Annual worldwide series of technology competitions focused around Microsoft technology.
International Contest for ICCS
Programming contest disseminated by the Nalini Foundation in five categories: computation, simulation, graphic patterns, words, mind benders.
International InfoMATRIX Computer Project Competition
Participants have to create a project for any of the categories (Programming, Design and Use of Computer, Desktop Publishing, Computer Art) First of all, each school must select one representant.
Internet Problem Solving Contest
Online programming contest for teams, open to anyone.
Internet Programming Contest
Duke University sponsors a programming contest that takes place in real-time over the internet.
Java-based Robots Programming challenge.
Annual Macintosh programming contest and convention.
3-monthly challenge. Every three months the innovations are published under GNU GPL/FDL licenses.
Programmer of the Month
A periodical problem solving contest for programmers from all over the world. Active forum.
A series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve.
The Rapid Application Development Race is a programming competition open to any kind of development tool and/or language. The RAD Race focuses on real life business and administrative programming and not on algorithm development.
Sphere Online Judge
Problemset archive, online judge and contest hosting service accepting solutions in C, C++, Pascal, Java and other languages.
The International Obfuscated C Code Contest
A contest to write the most obscure/obfuscated C program.
The Robot World Cup Initiative
Soccer playing computers.
Online computer programming competitions in the Java, C++, and C# languages. Competitions take place twice a week, and members can win from $25-$300. Major tournaments have a prize purse of $250,000.
An annual event that promotes game development on the Macintosh computer.